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1970 MOONEY M20F WITH REBATE • $47,000 • PRICE REDUCED 1970 Mooney M20F Executive asking $47,000 before $3,000 REBATE (see below). Travel in style and enjoy some tunes with this updated cross country IFR cruiser. Garmin 430W, KX155 nav/com, KMA24 stereo audio panel, KT76A, vertical compass, altitude hold, wing leveler, electric gear and flaps, Reiff engine preheater, customer panel overlay, leather yokes, custom seat covers, cowl closure and headlight cover mods. Paint 6 Interior 7. 6944 TT 1692 SMOH with 75+ comps all cylinders. $3,000 REBATE if you close before the next annual March 2018. IFR cert due 2019. Based Elmira NY.  Will deliver to eastern US for expenses.  Call Mike Martin 607.398.9009

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3 hours ago, Mcstealth said:

What does it cost to turn that leveler into a basic autopilot?

Pretty much the same with any aircraft, about $10K to $30K not including installation.  The wing leveler works entirely off the turn/bank indicator.  It works very well, but would not likely be a part of a complete autopilot.  I could be wrong...  an avionics shop could better answer your question.

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13 hours ago, globalpolygraph said:

Pretty much the same with any aircraft, about $10K to $30K not including installation.  The wing leveler works entirely off the turn/bank indicator.  It works very well, but would not likely be a part of a complete autopilot.  I could be wrong...  an avionics shop could better answer your question.

 Hmm. I thought there was a way to use Brittania parts to make it full Auto. Will search this site. 

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18 hours ago, Mcstealth said:

What does it cost to turn that leveler into a basic autopilot?

You need the BI-805 servo valve and a Brittain Acu-trak autopilot control head. This will allow the system to follow a track on a GPS or a VOR nav signal. If you can find the components everything can be done for a few AMUs.

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Just now, N6758N said:

You need the BI-805 servo valve and a Brittain Acu-trak autopilot control head. This will allow the system to follow a track on a GPS or a VOR nav signal. If you can find the components everything can be done for a few AMUs.

That's what my weak memory was thinking. Thank you 

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** UPDATE **   I have accepted a verbal offer on the plane of $42,500, but nothing is in writing yet.  I will continue to take offers on the plane until the sale has been completed.  If anything goes wrong with the process then I'll get back to those who have made offers.  Thanks - Mike

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